- If 40 million people have read The Da Vinci Code, why doesn’t anyone admit to reading it? A very observant article about the intellectual snobbery and uneven standards being applied to what is, basically, a fun read about fascinating subjects.
- Is Stigmata case a bleeding miracle?
- Blackstar: the false messiah from Groom Lake.
- The unique signs and clues that there may be a Bigfoot in your backyard.
- Waking the dead, with a pay-per-view seance with John Lennon.
- Does Project StarGate predict mushroom clouds for a town near you?
- New book describes history of U.S. response to UFOs – a review of Exempt from Disclosure, by Richard Doty and Robert Collins (Amazon US).
- Mothman now has his (?) own museum.
- BBC comedy mocks belief in the supernatural.
- Woman with perfect memory stumps experts. A moment she’ll never forget, I’m betting.
- A positive review of Lewis Wolpert’s Six Impossible Things Before Breakfast: The Evolutionary Origins of Belief (Amazon UK).
- Here’s the contents of the latest Skeptic magazine.
- Proof of Big Bang seen by space probe.
- What do you think about sex that’s out of this world?
- Bacteria could power tiny robots.
- U.S. government accused of rewriting science.
- Evangelicals warn Republicans that they’ll need to pull up their jackboots if they want their support.
- Japan starts issuing biometric passports.
- Mayan underworld is a researcher’s – and divers – dream.
- Cleopatra used hair power to get her way.
- The Parthenon was once a riot of colour.
- Archaeologist stands by controversial rock art book.
Quote of the Day:
The customer is usually wrong; but statistics indicate that it doesn’t pay to tell him so.